Axient Awarded NASA Johnson Space Center Research, Engineering & Mission Integration Services-2 (REMIS-2) Contract

Houston, TX (March 4, 2024) – Axient, along with 11 other companies, was awarded the NASA Johnson Space Center Research, Engineering & Mission Integration Services-2 (REMIS-2) contract to support the work of the International Space Station Program by providing “spaceflight, ground hardware and software, sustaining engineering functions and services, payload facility integration, and research mission integration operations services.” The $478 million, seven-year contract is multiple-award, indefinite-quantity with firm-fixed-price and cost-plus-fixed-fee task orders.
“Axient is honored to continue the mission and support of the International Space Station, the embodiment of the spirit of exploration for Americans and people across the globe. For nearly three decades, the ISS has pushed the boundaries of our understanding and inspired future generations to realize a boundless future. As a part of that legacy, Axient will uphold our unwavering commitment to mission success,” Dan Benjamin, Senior Vice President of Axient’s Space Segment said.
With over 2,200 employees, Axient is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama and has provided premier services and solutions to the Federal Government for more than three decades. Axient’s customers include the U.S. Space Force, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, Missile Defense Agency, and NASA. Axient is certified in the following: ISO 9001:2015, AS9100 Rev D, CMMIDEV Maturity Level 3, and has a DCMA Purchasing System, DCMA Property System, and DCAA Accounting System.
For 25 years, Axient has successfully partnered with NASA in delivering mission assurance services, program success, and engineering expertise on highly complex flight systems, end-to-end ground systems, and space facility safety throughout the entire space system lifecycle, from pre-mission concepts through on-orbit operations. Axient has built a trusted relationship and reputation at NASA JSC supporting the legacy Shuttle Program, Orion Multi-purpose Crew Vehicle, Commercial Crew, International Space Station (ISS), and Extravehicular Activity Programs.
Work will primarily take place at contractor facilities across the country. Services also may be required at other NASA centers, contractor or subcontractor locations, or vendor facilities.